2011 was a hell of a year in politics: The battle for the GOP presidential nomination kicked into high gear; the machinery of government ground to a halt over the debt ceiling debate; the Occupy Wall Street movement surged out of nowhere to make economic equality topic No. 1; one war wound down, while another rumbled on, no closer to resolution; Wall Street took a (rhetorical) beating in the streets, but continued to evade real accountability for the economic pain it caused. We covered the whole crazy carnival here at Rolling Stone, and we've crunched the numbers to see which stories went over biggest with you. Here, the ten most-read politics stories of 2011.
The Ten Most Popular Politics Stories of 2011
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